NUR-732 Nursing Administration: Seminar and Process Practicum
This capstone course provides the student with the opportunity to integrate management theory into the role of nurse administrator/executive. Student focus is on nursing management processes in healthcare systems. Students continue in their selected area of clinical practice monitored by the mentor and onground preceptor. Students engage in a reflective discussion of nursing administration issues and experiences in the online seminar. This course requires completion of 150 hours of Practicum. Submission of the e-portfolio and a synthesis paper will be required to demonstrate achievement of MSN program outcomes and competencies.
Prerequisites: All other MSN degree and Nursing Administration Certificate requirements*; submission of all documents and requirements outlined in the Practicum Packet, including a criminal background check.
*Students may register for one elective concurrent with this course.
Study Methods:Nursing Graduate Online Courses (NUR-732-NG) Jan 2015
Semester Hours: 3
Preview the Online Syllabus
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